Sea Sherpa is a kayak company based in Newport in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne. We offer a range of composite fishing skis and accessories to help you chase your target species.
Sea Sherpa are a sales representative of Australian Kayak Specialists the master distributor for Stealth fishing skis in Australia and the Pacific Islands. We are your Victorian dealer for all things Stealth. If you are looking to get yourself into the best fishing ski on the market or need a part or accessory for your ski, we can help. Why not arrange a demo and see what you’ve been missing out on? We also produce a range of custom accessories to rig your fishing ski to suit your style of fishing. If you can't see the part you want, get in touch and we'll see what we can do.
We are also the Victorian agent for Lockrack products; lockable watercraft carriers that don’t require tie-down straps. We have units to carry kayaks, skis, surfboards and even ladders and can fit to most common roof rack brands. Get in touch to see our range.
If you are just getting into kayaking and want help to navigate the new or second-hand market, Sea Sherpa can provide helpful advice to get you into the right boat for what you want to do. If you have just made a purchase we can help with rigging your boat from installing fish finders and anchor trolleys to advice on accessories, paddles and safety gear. Get in touch to see what we can do for you.
Lastly if you have damaged your kayak or ski we can organise the required repairs to get you back on the water as soon as possible. You'd be surprised to see what can be repaired - get in touch for a quote.
Sea Sherpa is a family owned and operated business that came about after Eoin (Owen) turned his paddling and kayak fishing passion into a business. Having grown up in Ireland chasing trout and redfin in the lakes of the midlands, he moved to Australia in 2005 and took up kayaking as an affordable way to get out on the bay to chase snapper and flathead in Altona. From there the addiction grew, as did the collection of kayaks until he found himself clocking up k’s on the wagon with annual runs to far flung fishing destinations from South West Rocks in New South Wales to Port Augusta in South Australia and everywhere in between. He prefers to chase bigger species from the yak, but still loves getting out on the bays to chase a feed. He likes to get out on the water to pass on the addiction to new comers to the sport and spend more time doing what he loves.